Panagnaan Bistahun Kaymu Sin Tuhan ha Adlaw Kiyamat

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By Fahad Haris

In panagnaan asubuhun iban bistahun sin tuhan duun ha ipun niya ha adlaw pag-hukum ha sabda sin nabiy Muhammad salawat iban salam kaniya sin Allahu ta’ala 

قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم : ( أول يسأل عنه العبديوم القيامة ينظر في صلاته ، فإن صلحت فقد أفلح ، ( وفي رواية : ( أنجح ) وإن فسدت فقد خاب وخسر )

( panagnaan tanyahun / bistahun sin tuhan duun ha ipun niya ha adlaw kiyamat sambahayang niya, nah! Bang dimayaw / tiyaymah in sambahayang niya sabunnal tuud nag-paruntungan na siya ) ha hambuuk riwayat ( sabunnal tuud nalappas na siya daying ha siksah ) Bang kimangih in sambahayang niya sabunnal tuud mabinsanah iban mag-kalugian na siya ) kiyariwayat hi attabaraniy

Hangkan subay siya in panagnaan patindugun iban parihalaun sin muslim daying ha katan parduh , karnah sabunnal tuud dih bistahun kaymu in katan ammal ibadat mu bang wayruun sambahayang mu lima waktu .

Daying ha manga kalabbiyahan niya pa , in sambahayang lima waktu makaig iban makapapas siya dusa , sartah mahinang siya sahaya ha adlaw kiyamat , iban mahinang siya kalappasan iban taming daying ha narkah jahannam .
Hangkan in sarayaw-rayaw ammal ibadat hinangun sin hambuuk muslim amuna in sambahayang ha sabda sin nabiy Muhammad salawat iban salam kaniya sin Allahu ta’ala
( و اعلموا أن خير أعمالكم الصلاة )
Ingat kamu sabunnal tuud in sarayaw-rayaw ammal niyu amuna in sambahayang
Sabab in sambahayang parsugpatan siya sin ipun iban sin tag-ipun
Daying ha manga kalabbiyahan niya pa in sambahayang hag sin agama islam amuin dih tumindug in agama malayingkan subay siya patindugun , sabda sin nabiy Muhammad salawat iban salam kaniya sin Allahu ta’ala

عن معاذ بن جبل قال النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم : ( رأس الأمر الإسلام ، وعموده الصلاة ، وذروة سنمه الجهاد ) رواه الترمذي

sabunnal tuud in nabiy salla Allahu alayhi wassallam nagsabda  in tag-uhanan sin katan kakahinang amuna agama islam , iban in hag niya amuna in sambahayang , iban in bubungan niya jihad fiy sabili Allah ) [ kiyariwayat hi at-tirmidhiy baytah daying kan Muadh ibn Jabal ]
Damikkiyan niya in sambahayang lima waktu duun in piyagsilangan sin muslim iban kapir

عن جابر رضي الله عنه قال : سمعت رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم يقول : ( بين الرجل والكفر ترك الصلاة ) رواه مسلم
Baytah daying kan jabir kiyaridaan siya sin Allah laung niya diyungug ku in rasulu Allah salla Allahu alayhi wassallam nag-sabda ( in piyagsilangan sin muslim iban pag-kupur amuna in pag-tinggal sin sambahayang ) .
Hangkan wajib tuud siya subay tunayun sin katan muslim apabila mabut in waktu niya sabab in pag-tinggal kaniya tiranan hikakufur sin hambuuk muslim , daing ha sabab ini bang in ka-awnan niya usug wajib niya hitunay duun ha masjid barjma’a sakahabah waktu , adapun in babai wajib niya tunayun duun ha bay , iban dih siya manjari pahil-pahilun iban tahalaun .
daying ha manga kalabbiyahan niya

قال الله تعالى : { اتْلُ مَا أُوحِيَ إِلَيْكَ مِنَ الْكِتَابِ وَأَقِمِ الصَّلاةَ إِنَّ الصَّلاةَ تَنْهَى عَنِ الْفَحْشَاءِ وَالْمُنْكَرِ } سورة الأنكبوت 45

In sambahayang makapagang siya daying ha hinang mangih iban mahsiyat ha parman sin allah in katiniya : ( BASSAHA IN PIYATURUN MAUN KAYMU ( YA NABIY MUHAMMAD ) AYAT DAING HA QUR-AN SARTAH PATINDUGA IN SAMBHAYANG SABUNNAL TUUD IN SAMBAHAYANG YAN MAKAPUHPUH SIYA SIN HINANG MANGIH IBAN MAHSIYAT ) suratul Ankabut ayat 46 .
Daying ha manga kalabbiyahan niya pa sabda sin nabiy Muhammad salawat iban salam kaniya sin Allahu ta’ala

قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم : ( خمس صلوات كتبهن الله على العباد ، من أتى بهن لم يضيع منهن شيئا استخفافا بحقهن كان له عند الله عهد أن يدخله الجنة ) رواه أبو داود و النسائي و غيرهما

In sambahayang lima waktu piyarduh sin Allah duun ha manga ipun niya , hisiyu-siyu in nakapatindug kaniya sartah wayruun niya tinggalan iban piyahil pahil , sabunnal tuud in ka-awnan niya madawhat niya in janji kaniya sin Allah , sin pasurun siya pa laum surgah .
ha sabda niya pa

عن عبد الله بن مسعود رضي الله عنه قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم : أي العمل أفضل ؟ قال : ( الصلاة على وقتها ) متفق عليه

hadith daing kan Abdullah ibn mas’uod kiyaridaan siya sin Allah laung niya : naasubu ku in rasul sin allah salawat iban salam kaniya bang unu in ammal ibadat apdal ? sabda niya : ( sambahayang lima waktu duun ha waktu niya ) kiyabaytah hi Al-bukhari iban hi muslim .
Daying ha manga kalabbiyahan niya pa

«إن الله حَرَّمَ على النَّار أن تأكل أثَرَ السُّجود»

Sabunnal tuud in Allahu ta’ala nagwahi siya ha narkah sin dih niya papa angpurun in jasad nakasujud pa Allahu ta’ala .
in maksud sin hadith aun manga manusiya makasud narkah sabab sin mahsiyat nila sagawah in ka-awnan nila ha dunya nag-lilima waktu , daying hasabab yan pagka liyamuran nila in pag-ibadat nila sin mahsiyat pasurun naa sila sin tuhan narkah pag-ubus in kamahtunan nila pasurun da sila palaum sin surgah.

What are the Benefits of the Five Daily Prayers?

Question: I would like to know the benefits of prayers? In other words, what do prayers add to Muslims? And how can a new Muslim boost his attachment to the five daily prayers? Thank you.

Answer: Salam dear brother,

Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam.

Praying five times a day is considered so important to Muslims that we call it one of the Five Pillars of Islam. In other words, along with the declaration of faith, fasting in Ramadan, paying of Zakat and going on pilgrimage once in one’s life to Makkah, prayer is considered essential if we are to call ourselves Muslims.

As with everything in Islam, there is a reason behind all the things we do. Sometimes, if we don’t understand these underlying reasons, many things can just appear as external rules and regulations. Modern men and women are not looking for extra burdens to put on their backs, so there is much more to praying than observing a regulation.

Contrary to what many people think, there is much more to prayer than just asking for things! Of course, we ask things of Almighty God, but we can also spend time thanking Him and praising Him. Indeed, the angels in heaven exist just to do this.

In the holy Quran we read: {Most surely, in the remembrance of Allah do hearts find solace.} (13:28)

In the Call to Prayer (the Adhan), which is called from the mosque five times a day, the caller says these words: “Come to prayer. Come to Success.” In the Call for the Morning Prayer, he even adds the phrase, “Prayer is better than sleep.” There is really nothing more beautiful in a Muslim country to wake up in the morning to hear Allah’s name being mentioned from every part of the city. Even for those who are the only Muslims in their town, though, the morning Call to Prayer reminds them just how beautiful a gift prayer really is.

Imagine an air-raid siren being sounded in time of war. People hear the siren and run as fast as they can to take cover from the bombs that would soon be falling on them. The Adhan is like this air-raid siren, but instead of calling people to take shelter from bombs it is asking them to come to God Almighty and take shelter from the cares of this life. You see, prayer is not an escape from reality. It is an escape to reality. In prayer we can put all things in perspective and see what is really important in life.

When our foreheads are touching the ground in prayer we can’t fool anyone. Maybe in life we manage to fool others by the way we dress or by the words we use. Sometimes we even manage to fool ourselves. But Allah is not to be fooled. He not only created the heavens and the earth and everything in between, but He also knows every leaf that falls from every tree. This is why we can truly be ourselves in His presence when we pray.

For Muslims, praying is not a regulation. It is a gift.

So why five prayers, and why at certain set times during the day? You know, of all the Pillars of Islam, praying five times a day was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) in heaven. At first, he was told that Muslims should pray fifty times, but Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) urged Muhammad to go back and say that this was too much. Allah Almighty then said ten times, and again Moses (peace be upon him) persuaded Muhammad (peace be upon him) to plead that this was too much. Finally, Muhammad (peace be upon him) was told that Muslims must pray five times a day, and Allah added, “I have enforced My obligation and made it light for my servants. He who prays these five prayers will be rewarded as if he had prayed fifty. What I decree cannot be changed.”  (Bukhari)

The regulation of praying at certain set times is not just a random idea. The whole idea is to permeate the whole of one’s day with the remembrance of Allah. Some new Muslims say that they lead very busy lives and ask if it is OK to say all the five prayers together in the evening when they have more time. It is precisely because we live busy lives that we must pray at certain times. The times are simple: when we get up, at noon, in the middle of the afternoon, in the early evening and at night. By praying at these set times we give a routine of prayer to our day. We wake up thinking of Allah and we spend the day interrupting all of our busy-ness to think of Him again.

So, if you are new to Islam is it easy to adjust to the routine of praying at five fixed times a day? Well, in my own case it certainly wasn’t easy and it took me some time to get used to it. So if at first you are not feeling all that uplifted by getting up to pray at four in the morning, stick with it. The routine itself will help you. By doing good things we become good people. The routine of prayer will make you a better Muslim.

A few simple tips might help. If you find it difficult to get up for the Dawn Prayer, then buy yourself a loud alarm clock, or even two or three, and have them so far out of your reach that you have to get up to turn them off! You might at first even get your telephone company to give you a wake-up call.

As well as an alarm clock, you can also get an alarm clock that will sound the call to Prayer five times a day. There are many Muslim bookshops that sell these and you could probably even get one online. This kind of clock is especially helpful if you live in a country where the Adhan is not called publicly. If that is not possible, set your mobile phone to vibrate and be reminded of the prayer times even while you are in the office!

A problem people sometimes have in prayer is that they are distracted and cannot concentrate. Well, it all depends on how well prepared we are. If we are going to our prayers straight from watching a football match or a sitcom on the TV, then our thoughts will not be on Allah alone. So we need to take time in preparing for prayer. This, in fact, is what the Ablution gives us time to do. As we wash away the dirt that clings to our bodies, we prepare for the prayer to wash away the dirt that clings to our hearts and our lives.

So, for those new to Islam, setting off on a journey of prayer will bring great benefits. The greatest one of all is that it will help us to put our lives into perspective, seeing that all things come from Allah and that it is to Allah that all will return.

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